Want to get it on line. So, can anyone tell me which site they have used and if it worked out ok. Some even sell at $12, a discount, but............don't know.
Blazer2, Oregon, Usa
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I used Zierer Visa Service. It took all of three minutes and cost $45. It is an ETA so no need to send in your passport or anything.Sorry, but you paid too much.
Want to get it on line. So, can anyone tell me which site they have used and if it worked out ok. Some even sell at $12, a discount, but............don't know.It is not worth $6 to worry about what you're getting from whom, and whether a discount site is a fake or fraudulent site. Giving passport information to a scam site could end up causing grave difficulties. It could lend a new meaning to "penny wise, pound foolish".
I used Zierer Visa Service. It took all of three minutes and cost $45.Even if that was $45 for two people, you have paid too much! On the official government website it's only about $18.50 per person at the moment.
I probably did pay too much but I have always used visa services and after the ordeals for Brazil and China it alleviates any stress to have them handle it. To me it's worth the extra money.I can understand your concern and confidence in a familiar visa service company.
Can Canadians use the ETA system or do we need a Visa?http://www.immi.gov.au/visitors/tour...ligibility.htm